In a wide-ranging interview with Reuters on Thursday, President Victor Yushchenko talked about developments in Ukraine, especially how the country’s political forces would cooperate after early parliamentary elections. When asked about “the main lesson learned from the crisis,” Yushchenko said: “The key component of Ukraine’s political crisis will be the implementation of recent political agreements. The political palette of the country’s future parliament will not change seriously but the principles of parliamentary cooperation will. It is vital to uproot political corruption and develop a political culture of parliamentary dialogue. This is the major lesson Ukrainian politicians have learned.” The President’s press office reported.
The president said the country was equally divided between those supporting the governing coalition and the supporters of the ‘orange’ camp and that political stability should thus bebuilt upon the principles of mutual respect, responsibility and fulfillment of obligations.
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